Toyota jumps from whitegoods to wow-factor with the Yaris GRMN. It's a bit of a science experiment right now, but potentially points the way for future Toyota hot hatches.
Toyota’s GRMN sub-brand of performance cars is off to a promising start – it's just too bad we won't see this one in Australia.
A Yaris? A Toyota Yaris? Why would you rally a Toyota Yaris? That's probably what you're thinking. Ask the team at Neal Bates Motorsport, though, and the humble little Japanese runabout is the future of rallying in Australia. Whether you follow the Australian Rally Championship (ARC) or not, the facts are, this year’s title race is a close one...
The updated 2017 Toyota Yaris light hatch may be plain as original chips, but it's surprisingly lovable and fun to drive.
Looking for a new car on a small budget? Here are eight of the cheapest new cars available Australia-wide, right now. As you would expect, they are all micro or light cars and, unless otherwise stated, the price excludes on-road costs like registration, stamp duty and CTP. If you shop around, though, you can find great drive-away deals and special offers...
The base model Toyota Yaris Ascent is now cheaper and better equipped than ever. Matt Campbell assesses the 1.3-litre five-door hatch.
In the past few months, fresh technology once the reserve of expensive premium cars has made a final cascade to one of the most affordable classes – light hatchbacks. The ‘cascade effect’ is nothing new in the automotive industry, where advanced equipment starts only in the priciest cars and eventually filters down into cheaper models as years go by...
The Yaris has been restyled for 2015, with some improvements made to ride, handling and insulation.
Toyota's entry-level five-door city car is a solid bet with a spacious cabin, low servicing costs and decent driving manners.
The Toyota Yaris has plenty of good points but doesn't set any benchmarks for the city car class.